Julio Cesar has worked distributing jugs of water for more than three years. He works for the company Agua y Sol, located in the southern area of the city of Cochabamba a few blocks from his house in the area known as Coña Coña – kilometer 6 of the Av. Blanco Galindo. Julio wants to be able to begin a small business selling jugs of water, just as he does at his job, so that he can increase his income and be able to provide his family with a better future.
Julio tells us that his biggest dream is to be able to see his children grow up in a good environment and for them to finish school and be good professionals.
Julio Cesar se dedica a la distribución de botellones de agua hace más de 3 años. Trabaja para la empresa Agua y Sol ubicada en la zona sud de la ciudad de Cochabamba a solo unas cuadras de su casa en la zona conocida como Coña Coña - km 6 a la Av. Blanco Galindo. Julio desea poder comenzar un negocio pequeño vendiendo botellones de agua tal como lo hace en su trabajo de esta manera poder incrementar sus ingresos y poder darle a su familia un mejor futuro.
Julio nos cuenta que su mayor sueño es poder ver a sus hijos crecer en un ambiente bueno y que logren terminar sus estudios y sean buenos profesionales.
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